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for business. and what better way than to celebrate another world class construction project the panama canal. >> the excuse was the panama canal had been a proposition before congress for some time to have something to celebrate like the panama canal. of course the people of san francisco wanted it to show that they rebuilt their city and you know, one of the slogans was the city that knows how. >> reporter: so was born the concept for the panama pacific international exposition. the world's fair of 1915. raising as much as $16 million and beats cities such as san diego, washington, d.c. and new orleans. san francisco won the federal government's designation to hold the official fair to honor the opening of the panama canal. and with dry land as a premium, fair organizers decided to make land. and build the fair in a marshy area on the north shore of san francisco, edged with creeks and coves. work began in 1911. and that's where the sand came in. this is filmore street in the marina district. today the bay lies about a block and half that way. but the shoreline used to be across the street.
recien nacidos. take vo ---y en panama, la policia de ese pais encontro una fuerte resistencia con indigenas que no querian entregar lanchas utilizadas para el trafico de drogas y que fueron abandonadas en la isla donde reside su tribu. ---segun las autoridades, los narcotrafican tes se aprovechan de los "kuna yala" ..una tribu que tiene su propio gobierno y policia y que no acta ordenes de ninguna autoridad panameÑa. cu --lo hicieron por segunda vez y ahora sus familiares seÑalan a los culpables. --se trata del caso de los 2 niÑos hondureÑos que intentaron cruzar solos la frontera entre mexico y estados unidos. --vamos con el reportaje de jazive perez. 00:02 00:38 01:16 01:34 take pkg roll weather open topvo ---mas de 500 bomberos batallan para contener un incendio forestal que ha forzado la evacuacion de unas 200 personas y que ha quemado mas de 300 acres de vegetacion. ---el siniestro llamado "robbers" comenzo el miercoles por la tarde en el caÑon "shirt-tail", unas 40 millas al noreste de auburn en el condado de placer. ---ahora pasamos con ariel rodriguez y su pronostico
the persian gulf ended many cruises in the caribbean, the panama canal, the north atlantic, a 35 ft. seas. this is where the big decisions of the world war two were made. we helped to show career during the korean war and even during the cold war. back in the forties, president roosevelt was on board this shift. it was used as a taxi to go across the ocean to meet with stalin. he was in a wheelchair in this is where he stayed, this is the only ship in the navy with the bath tub. in the '80s, they retrofitted the ship for anti-aircraft. here is one of her guns. 16 in. in diameter. the ships sat for 20 years. to look at her the wishes of the couple of months ago compared to now is amazing. >> the iowa received thousands of visitors on its first day open. >> breaking up is never easy, especially if it is with a credit card. coming we will show you how to cut the cord. we will take a look at the box office movies. off the >>vicki: of breaking up is hard to do. clothes and a credit card can sometimes be even harder putting a big dent in your credit score. kevin kate has tips to minimize the da
and the ship. indeed it is that in the panama canal, the north atlantic, there is plenty to the story she is a battle strip. you can see why. this is all made in world war two in the '40's appear >> it's been to in the korean war and during the cold war. back in the '40's during the conference president robot rose about was aboard the ship. he's it is a taxi to go across the ocean. this is president roosevelt. this is the only ship in the navy with a back up. this is where the state could president roosevelt to get back and is that the pit >> the user for anti aircraft pit in the '80s they retrofitted the ship can this 16 in. in diameter. each one of these barrels is 67 ft. long. it will fire a projectile 24 mi.. i felt the concussion when it was fire. >> the last done that ever shot in my life was this done. and drive and a battleship. we got a lot of money from the state of iowa to get the repairs done if you have a look at heart a couple months ago and now you would not leave. >>marty: we will be right back with a lot more news and the weekend forecasts. here you go little man. [ hu
, right on down toward panama city. there could be a stray shower or storm popping up for your beach plans. there's a look at saturday's highs, 100 degrees in new york city. while we do have a cold front moving through the midwest cooling us down in minneapolis and chicago, it's going to get worse before it gets any better along the immediate east coast. now we're into sunday. we see the showers and storms along with that cold front across the ohio valley, the tennessee valley as well. still plenty warm, though, in washington, d.c., your high of 100 degrees, 91 in new york city so getting a little better for you. then monday we're much better with 84 in new york, showers and storms across the southern half of the country. nice and warm and dry across the pacific northwest. we're talking 79 degrees in seattle as that ridge of high pressure begins to build across the western states. showers and storms elsewhere, down toward the gulf coast. you can always get more of your forecast, "wake up with al," 6:00 and 10:00 eastern weekdays on the weather channel. how much coffee are you fellows going
which will be about the length of the panama canal, under this area, that will cost $18 billion and at on the restoration of the delta that follows that and you have a tremendous package. but that is only half the story. the real story is the gold in front of you. it may look like water but it is liquid gold and it feeds the central valley and southern california but it also means taking it away from this delta that we call home. >> the old " was used for drinking, water is for fighting over a " routine. but there's also much to go around here, we have a finite supply? >> his point is that southern california should driver using what they have a little better rather than coming north. and it will be the fight, like i said, of this administration. it was the site of the last one. here we go again. >> thankyou. >> right now a silence the violence rally is wrapping up in the san francisco south of market district. among those attending is the chief of police and the suspended sherrif ross mirkarimi. the area has more police calls than in any other part of the city and it has seen a
importantly, i don't see pensacola, i don't see fort walton, i don't see panama city beach, not the redneck riviera. >> mcclain. >> mcclain, come on. it looks like a town where a bunch of hip peas hang out and smoke pot or something. >> you sound the way colbert drilled me one day. it's great to see you, joe, and you know i visited pensacola a number of times and worked with them on making their city and helping their institute and everything they're doing down there. and they're doing good. florida is better. i spend the winter in miami, but it's got toin ve invest a little in that technology, it's got to bring skills. huntsville does great. it may not be tuskarawas loocal it's doing great at growing its economy. >> we have a chance to grow in the next 20, 30, 40 years. if we crack the code on an energy source that's cheap enough and economical enough that we can produce it on scale and run the economy, you will see smaller college towns just like richard is talking about absolutely explode. instead of some oil taxes in sau saudi arabia or some natural gas fields in pennsylvania, you will
birmingham down to panama city, florida. severe thunderstorm watches in effect. you can look at the rain just training down. rainfall amounts over the next 24 hours another three to five inches locally. flooding is a big problem right now throughout much >> 7:19 on a tuesday morning. we have a good looking day. it will be cooler than it has been. 58 in sunnyvale. 56 in san francisco yesterday in livermore you hit 98 degrees. today taking your temperature to 91. even at noon a little hot throughout the extreme east bay and the south bay. we'll round out at 81 in redwood city. 86 in wine country for napa today. throughout the upcoming days the low 90s. >> and that's your latest weather. savannah? >> al, thanks. we'll have much more from london's olympic park just ahead, including ryan lochte's personal cheering section. we'll talk to his mother and siblings. but first this >>> just ahead -- members of the u.s. men's gymnastics team will open up about a dramatic but what would have to be considered disappointing night for them here in london. they started out the evening in first place, ended up
? >why? >> i can go back to the invasion of panama in 1989 and worked for. we realize that just having a military battle you had one was not the end of the game. perhaps we should have done at the beginning to avoid that battle in the first time -- place or, having won the battle, how do we preserve the peace? >> you have to be careful when we talk about these terms such as smart power or heart power or soft power. i'm reminded of a conversation i had with the former archbishop of canterbury in 2003. you might have been there. it was on the eve of the second gulf war. the archbishops stood up and said, general powell, why don't we just use soft power? it was a critique of what we were getting ready to do. the answer i gave him was that it was not soft power that rescue britain from hitler. it was part power. you had to have all of it. when we won with hard power in world war ii, we use soft power in germany and asia to create democracies. the importance of this coalition, what makes what we are doing tonight so important, is that we understand that we need it all. we have been shortcha
registered in panama which, at the time was notorious for its secretive banking system. so now we've got panama, bahamas, cayman islands switzerland, they may all be nice vacation spots. they're also great places to hide your money. and there is always something new and exotic about mr. romney's past. our next guest has been warning folks since primary season that mitt romney's ties to bain capital and his exotic finances could wind up biting him in the behind. rick tyler is the former spokesman to newt gingrich. he comes to us from washington d.c. rick welcome inside "the war room." >> glad to be here. how are you governor? >> jennifer: i'm doing great thanks. i appreciate you coming on. have you found yourself saying "i told you so" a lot lately? >> no. it is not my nature to say i told you so. >> jennifer: why don't you think more reporters picked up on your warnings about mitt romney's secrecy? >> you know, i had a lot of conversations with a lot of reporters and there are a lot of hard-working reporter
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